Neonatal brainstem function and 4-month arousal-modulated attention are jointly associated with autism.

@article{Cohen2013NeonatalBF,
  title={Neonatal brainstem function and 4-month arousal-modulated attention are jointly associated with autism.},
  author={Ira L Cohen and Judith M Gardner and Bernard Z. Karmel and Ha Thanh Thi Phan and Phyllis M Kittler and Tina Rovito Gomez and M. Mar Garc{\'i}a Gonz{\'a}lez and E M Lennon and Santosh Parab and Anthony J. Barone},
  journal={Autism research : official journal of the International Society for Autism Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={11-22}
}
The authors evaluated the contribution of initially abnormal neonatal auditory brainstem responses (ABRs) and 4-month arousal-modulated attention visual preference to later autism spectrum disorder (ASD) behaviors in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) graduates. A longitudinal study design was used to compare NICU graduates with normal ABRs (n = 28) to those with initially abnormal ABRs (n = 46) that later resolved. At 4 months postterm age, visual preference (measured after feeding) for a… CONTINUE READING

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